UK Politics Betting Odds and Tips

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UK Politics Betting Tips

Betting on UK politics has seen a serious increase in popularity over the past few years. Political developments in the United Kingdom (Brexit, Covid-19, Scottish independence etc.) have attracted the attention of punters who have flooded towards the market and made some serious cash.

The political landscape of the United Kingdom changed forever in 2016 as a result of Brexit and the UK's decision to leave the European Union. 

That decision has made the British political landscape incredibly unstable and as such, finding reliable betting tips for that market can be a difficult task.

At, our priority is to make sure that our readers are as well informed as possible when it comes to all that is going on in the UK political betting market. We will regularly keep our readers up to date with any major developments and the effects that they have had on the betting markets.

We study all of the latest news and the latest opinion polls to provide you with the most up to date analysis of the market.

Our tips are always 100% free and they are also not influenced by any sort of political affiliation. Away from British politics, we also have a range of US political betting tips including Next President tips and betting odds.

UK Politics Betting Odds

The odds in the UK political betting markets change regularly, and keeping up to date with everything that is going on can begin to feel like a real headache.

Here at, we aim to keep all of our readers up to date with any major changes in the UK politics odds markets. You'll find the latest odds for a number of betting markets, covering everything from the next General Election, to the next leader of the main political parties, to by-elections and constituency betting.

UK Political Betting News 

Finding news updates from the world of politics is not a difficult task. Every major news outlet around the world will cover UK politics. A lot of news you will find, however, will have a strong leaning towards either the left or right side of British politics.

Here at, we have no party allegiances, our only allegiance is towards our readers and helping them to win their bets. We will regularly provide you with all of the latest news from the UK political betting markets, as well as providing you with all of our best tips.

Latest UK Politics Betting News

UK Politics Betting Markets

The UK political betting market is huge and continues to grow rapidly. There are many different types of markets to place a bet on and the following are the most popular:

  • Next Prime Minister Odds: The next Prime Minister betting market is constantly available regardless of which point we are at during an electoral cycle. 

  • Next Party Leader Odds: Another market that has seen a spike in popularity in recent years is the next party leaders markets. Like the next Prime Minister betting markets, markets such as the Next Conservative Party Leader and Next Labour Party Leader run all year around. These can often present some excellent value if you have a good insight into the way a party is leaning.

  • Prime Minister Betting Specials: While some of the bets in this market offer serious specials on things like the Prime Minister’s leaving date, a lot of these markets tend to be a bit of fun and are novelty based.

Next Prime Minister Betting Odds

Unlike in the United States with US Presidential Elections, the Prime Minister in the UK doesn’t necessarily become PM as the result of a general election. 

A Prime Minister can take over parliament in the UK in the middle of a parliamentary term and may not even be voted for by the British public.

As a result, there are often some very interesting odds to be found in the next Prime Minister betting market. A member of parliament may not be too popular with the public, but they could have enough influence with MPs to end up becoming the country’s next PM.

Here at, we keep all of our readers up to date with any of the big changes in the next UK Prime Minister betting markets.

Next Conservative Party Leader Betting Odds

Who will be the next person to take the helm in the Conservative Party?

You can bet on who will be the next Conservative Party leader all year round, but after a string of scandals and controversy this betting market has been in a state of flux for months.

Questions have been raised about the government’s handling of the pandemic and now a bunch of Tory ministers – including Prime Minister Boris Johnson and chancellor Rishi Sunak – have been hit with fines for breaching lockdown rules.

So far Johnson has managed to ride out the storm, but his future will remain a huge political talking point for months to come.

But if he does finally leave his role as Prime Minister and leader of the Conservatives, who will become the next person to lead the Party? The latest Next Conservative Party Leader betting odds and news are HERE.

Next Labour Party Leader Betting Odds

Is this the end of the road for Keir Starmer as leader of the Labour Party?

Betting on the next Labour Party leader market is available all year round, and interest is never higher than when the leader of the Party faces a police investigation.

Having previously said Boris Johnson should go for breaching COVID-19 lockdown rules – repeatedly – Starmer is now the subject of the ‘Beergate’ scandal that could also damage his reputation as leader of Labour.

Starmer has vowed to step down if he is fined, but who will take his place if he does go? The latest Next Labour Party Leader betting odds and news are right HERE.

UK General Election Betting Odds

General elections are used in the Unied Kingdom to determine which party is going to have a majority in the Houses of Parliament and as a result, rule the country for the next five years.

The UK Election betting markets are among the most attractive for punters. Another way people often bet on general elections is to bet on individual seats as opposed to betting on the entire general election.

UK By-Election Betting Odds

By-Elections are elections that take place in the UK to determine who will be the MP for a selected constituency. They usually take place because the previous MP has resigned from his or her post.

By-Elections, unlike general elections, do not have a fixed date, and can take place at a very short notice if an MP is forced to step aside. 

They can often be useful when it comes to placing future bets on other elections as they can be seen as an indicator of the way a country is feeling between elections. A major Conservative MP losing out on a seat that has traditionally been held by the party, for example, can often imply that there is a momentum swing in the country’s politics.

Here at, in the run-up to the next General Election you'll also find constituency betting markets available for every part of the UK.

Free Bets on UK Politics

Due to the increased popularity in betting on UK politics, most bookies will now offer a range of free bets based around the market. 

Free bets or matched bets are offers given to a punter in order to allow them to place a bit which is mostly risk free. The bookies will then keep the free stake and allow the punter to keep the winnings. Seasoned gamblers are experts at taking advantage of these kinds of offers.

UK Politics Bookmaker Bonuses

Interest in UK politics has rocketed in recent years, and it didn’t take the bookmakers very long to pick up on it. They will now routinely offer bonuses based around their politics markets. 

Bookmakers bonuses are special offers made by bookmakers in order to promote their service to customers. 

The most common types of bonuses are free bets and sign-up bonuses. Sign up bonuses are exclusive to new customers. Free bets for new and existing can be found from time to time, along with enhanced odds on political markets - especially around Election time.

All bonuses will give with their own set of T&Cs and customers should make sure that they are up to speed with them before claiming their bonuses. If we provide any such bonus offers for our readers, we'll be sure to tell you about any terms and conditions, and do everything possible to help you claim such special offers.

UK Political Betting FAQs

What is British Politics?

The United Kingdom is governed within the framework of a parliamentary democracy under a constitutional monarchy in which the monarch, currently Queen Elizabeth II, is the head of state while the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, currently Boris Johnson, is the head of government. Executive power is exercised by the British government, on behalf of and by the consent of the monarch, and the devolved governments of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

How many political parties are there in the UK?

You likely have heard of a handful of political parties in the United Kingdom, but as of August 2019 the Electoral Commission showed the number of registered political parties in Great Britain and Northern Ireland as 408.

The vast majority of those are without representation in the House of Commons.

Parliamentary parties in the UK right now are the Conservatives, Labour Party, Scottish National Party, Liberal Democrats, Democratic Unionist Party, Sinn Féin, Plaid Cymru, Social Democratic and Labour Party, Green Party, and the Alliance Party of Northern Ireland.

How do you bet on politics?

Placing a bet on a political market is easy. Once you have found an online bookmaker offering political betting odds, simply navigate to their 'Politics' section to find the political betting market you are looking for and choose to view the available odds. Once you’ve made your decision, click or tap on that selection to add it to your betslip.

We have lists of the bookmakers offering political betting.

Who will win the next General Election?

You'll find the latest UK Election odds and betting news ahead of the next General Election on our website.

Election odds are regularly changing, and you'll find daily - if not hourly - market movements in the hours and days up to the next UK Election.

Who is Boris Johnson?

Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson is a British politician, author, and former journalist who has served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the Conservative Party since 2019.

Does the Prime Minister work for The Queen?

The short answer is yes. The Queen's government is headed by a prime minister. Appointment and dismissal of prime ministers are common reserve powers that can be exercised by the Queen or her governors-general.

Who will be the next Prime Minister?

At time of writing, Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer is favourite with bookmakers to be the next Prime Minister of the UK. Latest Next Prime Minister odds can be found on this website and are updated regularly to reflect any market changes.

Rishi Sunak, Michael Gove and Dominic Raab are also contenders according to the latest Next PM Betting.

Who is Rishi Sunak?

Rishi Sunak is a British politician who has served as Chancellor of the Exchequer since February 2020. He has been Member of Parliament for Richmond since the 2015 general election.

Who is Michael Gove?

Michael Gove is a British politician and former journalist serving as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster since 2019 and Minister for the Cabinet Office since 2020. He has been the Member of Parliament for Surrey Heath since 2005.

Gove served as Education Secretary from 2010 to 2014, Chief Whip from 2014 to 2015, Justice Secretary from 2015 to 2016 and Environment Secretary from 2017 to 2019. He has twice run to become Leader of the Conservative Party, in 2016 and 2019, finishing in third place on both occasions.

Who is Dominic Raab?

Dominic Raab is a British politician serving as First Secretary of State and Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs since July 2019. He has also been the Member of Parliament for Esher and Walton since 2010.

Who is Keir Starmer?

Sir Keir Starmer KCB QC MP is a British politician and former lawyer who has served as Leader of the Labour Party and Leader of the Opposition since 2020. He has been Member of Parliament for Holborn and St Pancras since 2015.

When is the next UK General Election?

The next general election is scheduled to be held on Thursday, May 2nd 2024, in line with the Fixed-term Parliaments Act.